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Fed up? Let God Help!

“I’ve tried everything and nothing helps. I’m at the end of my rope. Is there no one who can do anything for me? The answer, thank God, is that Jesus Christ can and does” (Romans 7:24-25 MSG). We all have

7 Prayers to help YOU have Brighter Days Ahead!

In times of uncertainty, seeing the light at the end of the tunnel can be difficult. That’s why prayer is a powerful source of hope and comfort during these challenging times. Communion with God provides us with the spiritual guidance and

Trust God to manifest abundance in your tired, sick, broke, or disgusted places!

Financial pressures – from unemployment to unexpected bills – can cause a tremendous amount of stress in your life. When you don’t have enough money, you’re not just broke, but also broken from the stress of living in a financial crisis. Something surprising

If it’s still not working, wait on God!

“Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him, Those that wait upon the Lord, they shall inherit the land.”Psalms 37:7, 9 “In patience possess your souls.”“Ye have need of patience.”“Let patience have its perfect work, that ye may be

5 Things to remember when you are going through it!

When you are facing something difficult in your life, do you ever find yourself struggling with an uncontrollable swirl of thoughts and emotions, accompanied by discouragement? When you are suffering and your mind is desperately trying to make sense of

Life not what you want? Let God revise it!

When God revises the script of life, Your past difficulties will become favors in disguise. Everyone has a story. For people who follow God, that story may parallel His treatment of the Israelites. In the prophecy of Ezekiel 36, we

Your expectations! God’s timing!

Have you ever written the question mark symbol several times after a question that you’ve written? If so, was it because you were giving emphasis, or was it out of frustration? We all encounter situations where we receive no answers

God is listening! Keep looking and Waiting!

I called up my friend, bursting with news to share. “Guess what?” I blurted out as soon as she answered. “Sorry, I’m on the other line,” she replied, cutting me off.  “Can I call you back?” So I called another

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